Our fantastic Great British Summer Break is back by popular demand but with restricted availability so couples are urged to book ASAP.
You can escape to the heart of the beautiful Peak District between 1st June and the 30th September 2017 and enjoy the very best that Buxton has to offer from only £119 per room.
Our Great British Summer Break includes:
– Pimms on arrival
– Overnight stay in one of our uniquely decorated bedrooms
– Two course dinner** from an inclusive menu in our restaurant
– Full English Breakfast
Click Here to check availability and book online or call us on 01298 22841.
*Advance bookings only, excluding 7th – 22nd July 2017, all other dates subject to availability. **Starter and main course only. Extra courses subject to additional charge.
The Old Hall is thought to be England’s oldest hotel and was once home to Mary Queen of Scots who famously stayed at the hall under house arrest back in 1500’s. Today the hotel is renowned for its warm hospitality, charming accommodation and for delicious, locally-sourced menu.
Steeped in history and built on the site of a natural warm spring, the Old Hall offers traditional charm, reflected throughout its 35 bedrooms which are all unique in design. Located a stone’s throw from the picturesque Pavilion Gardens which offer beautiful views of the park, the Old Hall is perfectly located for discovering hidden gems.
The elegant spa town offers something for everyone in the Summer – see a show at the famous Buxton Opera House, relax at the nearby Devonshire Spa or shop until you drop in the town’s many boutiques. In the heart of the Peak District, enjoy one of the many walks, local parks or visit one of the many local attractions including The Heights of Abraham, Go Ape & Pooles Cavern or the historic Chatsworth House. Ask about our discounted Chatsworth House tickets which can be added to your package.
Stay 3-nights between June and September 2017 and receive a complimentary ticket per guest to Chatsworth House & Gardens (excluding any special events at Chatsworth)